Militaria

My main collecting interest has always been field gear and small personal items. These things always breathe the period since they are the items the regular soldier had to do with. I specialize in these items and strive to offer nice and interesting items.
The items offered here are all guaranteed original and unaltered period pieces produced before May 1945 unless stated otherwise.

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  • Complete set Behälter für Kampfstoffproben

    325.00

    Stunning metal cased chemical warfare test equipment box. Rare to find complete box with all 6 capsules, spoon and pincers. Nicely marked ggm 41 on the side. These sets where used and issued alongside the yellow gas warning flags. The steel cased variant is very hard to find, especially in this complete condition.

  • Army issue headphones Dfh.a. 1940

    170.00

    Great example in mint condition. Nice example with grey cording, yellow and white stamping and a full original Presstoff head cover. Hard to upgrade piece with zero issues, for sure the best example I’ve found!

  • Pioneer tool pouch made from Presstoff

    350.00

    A nice and rare original Pionier tool pouch in very good condition. The pouch is completely made out of Presstoff and has a leather carrying strap.

  • Matching pair shoulderstraps for a Heer EM Nebelwerfer troops

    250.00

    Hard to find pair of Heer EM shoulderstraps for Nebelwerfer troops. These shoulderstraps have the dark purple rayon piping typical for the Nebelwerfer. Extremely hard to find pair of shoulderstraps!

  • Minty M31 Splittertarn Zeltbahn RBNR

    175.00

    A very nice minty Splittertarn M31 Zeltbahn in unissued condition. Nicely marked RBNR and DR.3. The Zeltbahn is free of damages and has most if not all of its originally sewn buttons. The colors are nice, bright and full of contrast. Hard to find in this condition!

  • Late war wooden verbandkasten

    125.00

    Later in the war the German vehicle first aid kit or “Verbandkasten” was made out of wood in stead of steel. Most of these don’t have a label on the inside and are executed in field gray paint. This one is in very good condition with over 90% of the period paint remaining. The spray painted letters on the front are very aesthetically pleasing and would nicely compliment a medical display!

  • Tabbed aluminum Heer belt buckle marked Dr. Franke & Co 1939

    225.00

    A nice aluminum Heer belt buckle marked Dr. Franke & Co Lüdenscheid 1939. 

  • First pattern folding E-tool with carrier dated 1940

    325.00

    Nice first pattern folding E-tool with E-tool maker marked and dated 1940. Nice issued set in good used condition!

  • Late war M38 gasmask set

    200.00

    Nice late war M38 gasmask with mask, straps and its late war gas cape pouch. The canister is a nice late war can with a stamped closing latch keep. Hard to find late war gasmask in complete condition!

  • Luftwaffe EM/NCO M43 cap

    325.00

    Nice original Luftwaffe EM/NCO M43 cap in good used condition. The eagle has been resewn to the piece, otherwise a very nice M43 cap in a large size for mannequins!

  • Late war Q64 no decal M40 helmet

    450.00

    Nice example of a late war Q64 no decal M40 helmet. The Quist firm produced the size 64 M40 helmet shell right up till late in 1944 whilst the other companies all adopted the M42 model. This helmet was made for all the branches just like the M42 helmet without decal. Hard to find late war M40 helmet without decal!

  • Rare AKAH made Theuermann holster for Walther PPK

    1,150.00

    Super rare tan leather AKAH made Theuermann drop holster for the Walther PPK. Super hard to find in tan leather, mostly issued to Luftwaffe and Waffen-SS. This holster is highly sought after and often priced through the roof!

  • MG34 AA spider sight

    225.00

    Nice original MG34 anti-aircraft spider sight that belongs in every MG pouch. Hard to find spare!

  • M40 Heer/Waffen-ss breadbag in good used condition

    110.00

    Nice example with brown leather and leather reinforcements at the belt loops.

  • Named M1 fixed bale helmet with Firestone liner

    400.00

    A very nice US M1 helmet complete with its original liner. The helmet shell is nicely marked and the shape of the shell indicates production by McCord Radiator and Manufacturing Company of Detroit. The seam on the helmet shell is on the front and the bales are of the Fixed Bale type. The helmet liner is marked with a indicating production by Firestone. The sweatband is nicely marked with a US army serial number; 33015508 that is trackable to Thomas G Neureiter from ALTOONA PENNSYLVANIA

    A nice and honest M1 helmet in good condition.

  • Combat boot knife or Stiefelmesser

    240.00

    A very nice original combat boot knife or Nahkampfmesser. The knife is in good sharp condition and has never been issued, cleaned or sharpened post war. Perfect combat mannequin accessorie!

  • Two tone camouflaged MG34 and MG42 ammunition box

    525.00

    Hard to find original two-tone camouflaged MG34 and MG42 ammunition box. Typical two tone camouflage used by various Fallschirmjäger units as FJR6. Very hard to find genuine camouflage MG34 ammunition box in good used condition!

  • Second pattern folding E-tool with carrier

    350.00

    A very nice second pattern folding shovel with carrier. The carrier is nicely marked cqr 1943 and BAL 162 indicating production by Lederwerk Sedina Joachim Schell, Sportartikelfabrik, Finkewalde Bez. Stettin (Poland). The shovel is marked ago. 

  • Nice pair of Heer M40 shoulderstraps for Oberfeldwebel u. Oberfähnrich

    150.00

    Rare pair of Heer Oberfeldwebel u. Oberfähnrich shoulder straps in good and matching condition. Very hard to find a pair of shoulderstraps in this rank!

  • Reichswehr era K98 ammunition pouch unit marked 9./J/R/73

    65.00

    A very early K98 pouch dated 1928. Nicely unit marked 9./J/R/73 indicating 9th Company Infantry Regiment 73.

  • Early M1 fixed bale helmet with rare first pattern liner

    625.00

    A very nice US M1 helmet complete with its original first pattern Hawley liner. The helmet shell is nicely marked with a early heat stamp 77b and the shape of the shell indicates production by McCord Radiator and Manufacturing Company of Detroit. The seam on the helmet shell is on the front and the bales are of the Fixed Bale type. The helmet liner is a very nice first pattern Hawley liner with rayon webbing. A nice and honest M1 helmet in good condition with a very rare first pattern Hawley liner in very good condition!

  • Pre war Dutch ammunition pouch or Bloktas

    180.00

    Nice original pouch in good used condition. Complete with all internal partitions and the original takedown tool that I found with the pouch.

  • Pre war unit marked Luftwaffe equipment belt LBA(S)

    130.00

    Rare pre war LBA(S) marked Luftwaffe equipment belt in chocolate brown leather. Hard to find early belt with the hidden stitch for the buckle attachment tongue!

  • Waffen-SS Oak C (!) camouflage zeltbahn in good used condition

    875.00

    Minty late war Waffen-SS Zeltbahn in Eichenlaubmuster or Oak A,B ánd mostly C camouflage. On the top corner and the head opening a few bits of Oak A can be seen. The camouflage on the right green side of this zeltbahn is said to be Oak C, which is slightly different to B. Oak C is mostly unknown but gets accredited in Waffen-SS Camouflage Uniforms [1]. The Zeltbahn is in good used condition and has most if not all of its originally sewn buttons. The construction of the zeltbahn shows signs of late war simplification such as simplified button holes, less grommets and a simplified head hole. The camouflage material used is all in very good, bright and vibrant condition. This is one of the rarest Waffen-SS Zeltbahns in  Oak “C” Camouflage!

    1. Silvestri, L. (2016) Waffen-SS Camouflage Uniforms Volume 2. Schiffer Publishing

  • Battle damaged M35 helmet named Gefr. Pannewig KIA in Kurland

    1,050.00

    stunning three-tone camouflage M35 helmet named to Gefreiter Pannewig. The helmet is nice one-looker original M35 helmet with numerous layers of camouflage paint op top of the early smooth green. The helmet retains both of its decals showing under the crazing in the camouflage paint. The rear skirt of the helmet is named Gefreiter Pannewig. The helmet has a wartime battle damage on the crown. Most likely a explosion was near the helmet which cracked the shell. Looking into the Volksbund database there is a match to a Gefreiter Fritz Pannewig who was born 05.03.1924 and killed in action 15.02.1945 1 km north of Kurland. The liner and chinstrap are original to the helmet albeit both fully darkened, blood soaked and at some point treated. The helmet is a nice example of a three-tone camouflage battle-damaged KIA helmet which is attributable to the battles in Kurland.

  • Second pattern folding E-tool with carrier

    375.00

    Nice second pattern folding E-tool with E-tool marked AGO. Nice set in very good near mint condition that would be hard to upgrade

  • Matching pair of brown jackboots

    650.00

    A very nice matching pair of light brown jackboots in very good condition. A nice size 28 which would nicely fit most if not all modern mannequins. The leather is nice and supple for its age and still retains its nice light brown colour. The boots are nicely marked on the soles and around the top. The boots are hardly worn and retain all of its wartime applied metal hardware on their soles. Hard to upgrade!

  • Mint pair US combat shoes dated ’42

    475.00

    A stunning pair of mint US combat shoes dated 1942. The chocolate brown leather is in perfect supple condition and have never been worn or laced up. A typical pair of shoes as worn by the GI’s during the war but exceptionally hard to find in this absolute mint condition.

  • M1 fixed bale helmet with Capac liner

    400.00

    A very nice US M1 helmet complete with its original liner. The helmet shell is nicely marked and the shape of the shell indicates production by McCord Radiator and Manufacturing Company of Detroit. The seam on the helmet shell is on the front and the bales are of the Fixed Bale type. The helmet liner is marked with a Capac indicating production by Capac. A nice and honest M1 helmet in good condition.

  • US combat shoes

    385.00

    A nice pair of US combat shoes. The chocolate brown leather is in very good supple condition and is complete with its original issue laces. A typical pair of shoes as worn by the GI’s during the war but hard to find in this very good, imo unissued condition.

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